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Old 05-05-2013, 12:07 AM   #1
dylanisco0l
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Default 2013 350-400 whp

trying to reach between that power have
n1 exhaust (street)
cobb downpipe
cobb upipe
cobb intake+airbox
cobb shorthrow
cobb bushings
cobb boost solenoid
cobb turbo heat shield
cobb accessport
grimspeed EWG
turboxs 44mm wastegate
turboxs 50/50 bypass valve
on the way

then thinking about

Whiteline Gearbox Positive Shift Kit
Whiteline Rear Diff Positive Power Kit Inserts
Beatrush Transmission Member Bushings
STI Group N Left Side Engine Mount Subaru Models
STI Group N Right Side Engine Mount Subaru Models
STI Transmission Mount Subaru 5MT Models

then debating on doing upgrade turbo/injectors/fuel pump

any suggestions or changes?
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Old 05-05-2013, 01:37 PM   #2
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You wont reach 350whp with those mods. And if you upgrade the turbo to reach 350-400whp you better plan on a new clutch and upgrading the transmission.
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Old 05-05-2013, 05:11 PM   #3
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You wont reach 350whp with those mods. And if you upgrade the turbo to reach 350-400whp you better plan on a new clutch and upgrading the transmission.
i assume the clutch but the transmission will be fine, the trans will hold as long as i dont hard launch every 10 seconds, but if need be overtime ill upgrade the gears
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Old 05-05-2013, 06:16 PM   #4
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You will need
Fuel pump-wally 255 maybe a 400
injectors- id1000ccs would be the best choice but 750+ may work
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Turbo
20g xt
Dom 2.0XT
Dom 1.5XT-R
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Bigger intercooler<must
new clutch<you better or you will anyways
Solid location to get your car tuned
Gauges such as Air/fuel and boost especially the A/F will be required!


You may have to consider going E-85 if you want a real solid 400whp out of those turbos safely.
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If you didn't already know alot of this information you need to do alot more research or find a solid tuner call him up and talk to him to find out what you need for your power goals for what you plan on doing with the car, build it how you guys decided to go and take it to him to let him work his magic.
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Old 05-05-2013, 07:08 PM   #5
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You will need
Fuel pump-wally 255 maybe a 400
injectors- id1000ccs would be the best choice but 750+ may work
--
Turbo
20g xt
Dom 2.0XT
Dom 1.5XT-R
-
Bigger intercooler<must
new clutch<you better or you will anyways
Solid location to get your car tuned
Gauges such as Air/fuel and boost especially the A/F will be required!


You may have to consider going E-85 if you want a real solid 400whp out of those turbos safely.
--
If you didn't already know alot of this information you need to do alot more research or find a solid tuner call him up and talk to him to find out what you need for your power goals for what you plan on doing with the car, build it how you guys decided to go and take it to him to let him work his magic.
was looking at DeatschWerks Fuel Injectors Top Feed 850cc
DeatschWerks DW65c Series Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit Multiple Models
Process West Top Mount Intercooler Subaru
but that would be after i got engine/tranny mounts with the bushing and what not
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Old 05-05-2013, 08:20 PM   #6
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was looking at DeatschWerks Fuel Injectors Top Feed 850cc
DeatschWerks DW65c Series Fuel Pump w/ Install Kit Multiple Models
Process West Top Mount Intercooler Subaru
but that would be after i got engine/tranny mounts with the bushing and what not
I would highly suggest just getting id1000ccs i run dw750s so im not going to sit here and say DW sucks (except for there 1000cc injectors they blow) you will have plenty of headroom and won't ever need to switch them out unless you have a real crazy build. I can't see it being worth it to have to go thru all the work of changing the injectors to not get the current standard for good injectors. Plus the two websites i just looked for prices on shows the id1000ccs costing less money!
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:06 PM   #7
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I would highly suggest just getting id1000ccs i run dw750s so im not going to sit here and say DW sucks (except for there 1000cc injectors they blow) you will have plenty of headroom and won't ever need to switch them out unless you have a real crazy build. I can't see it being worth it to have to go thru all the work of changing the injectors to not get the current standard for good injectors. Plus the two websites i just looked for prices on shows the id1000ccs costing less money!
yea i do see that, a bit odd that for 150cc more it's $80 cheaper, but they have great reviews.
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Old 05-05-2013, 09:33 PM   #8
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yea i do see that, a bit odd that for 150cc more it's $80 cheaper, but they have great reviews.
like i said id1000s seem to be the benchmark for good injectors lately everyone loves them tuners love them ect ect
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Old 05-11-2013, 07:42 AM   #9
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get fic 1100s
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Old 05-16-2013, 10:35 AM   #10
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:11 PM   #11
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Hey Guys, I Just need some feedback for for my 13' STi, Went for stage 2 tune today.
Mods includes;:AEM CAI, Invidea DP and Q300 CBE, Grimmspeed EBCS and DW65c.

I only got 278/303..I thought its a bit short..tuner suspected it might be my catted DP that's holding back..what you guys think? Any suggestion the safer way to push power pass 300hp without spending a fortune..Thanks for your time!!!
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:28 PM   #12
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Hey Guys, I Just need some feedback for for my 13' STi, Went for stage 2 tune today.
Mods includes;:AEM CAI, Invidea DP and Q300 CBE, Grimmspeed EBCS and DW65c.

I only got 278/303..I thought its a bit short..tuner suspected it might be my catted DP that's holding back..what you guys think? Any suggestion the safer way to push power pass 300hp without spending a fortune..Thanks for your time!!!

with those mods there where it should be at im at 290 WHP with all mine, COBB shows that a stage 2 is about 22% increase in hp, next step for you (and myself) is top mount, turbo, injectors and a fuel pump haha
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:46 PM   #13
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so many hoarsepowars
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Old 05-22-2013, 12:15 PM   #14
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